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I ii AMERICAN FOIUI.CITIKEN SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1914. t HnHH
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I Democrats Get Three,
I Republicans Eighteen
litMill of Two Yenrs Ago Reversed
H anil ItcjiubllcniiN Carry Nearly All
Their Ticket With Majorities Aver.
I iiffluir Thirty-Eight.
Tlio dcctloii last Tuesday In Plen-
cant (Jrovo Ib an Illustration of how
easy It Is for the people to change.
Two years ago the Democrats won
with good majorities, the Progrcs
I slvos secured 200 votes and the Rc
I publicans flnlshcd the race a poor
I third At Tuesday's election the Re
I publicans received good majorities for
I eighteen of their candidates, the Dcm.
I ocrats about held their own and the
I Progressives dropped to 24 votes. The
I Socialists polled 9 votes for their can
I The four Democrats who received
I majorities over their Republican
I brethren woro James II. Walker for
I Supt. of Schools, E. F. Walker, Jus-
I tlcc of the Peace, Henry Reynolds,
I State Senator and Sheriff Henry East.
I The Republican majorities averaged
I Tlio county vote Is found on an-
I other page. Details of tho voto in
I this precinct follows:
I For United States Senator, Jas. II.
Moyle (D) 413, Reed Smoot (R) 457.
I For Representative In Congress,
James H. Mays (D) 413, E. O. Lentil
' crwood (R) 455.
I For Justice of tho Supreme Court,
Frank B. Stephens ,(D) 409, W. M.
I McCnrty (R) 46C.
I For Supt. of Public Instruction, Dr.
I Kphralm Q. Gowans (D) 41G, A. C.
I Mathcson (R) 451.
For State Senators, II. T. Reynolds
(U) 441, Caleb Tanner (D) 352, Henry
Gardner (R) 417, John H. Wootton
I For Stuto Representatives, Richard
' D. Wadloy (D) 405, W. L. Openshaw
(D) 110, C. M. Dock (D) 401, Robort
I W. MoKell (D) 40G, Charles L. Warn.
I Ick (R) 474, Samuel E. Taylor (R)
I 45C, John W. Wing (R) 400, L. K.
I Stewart (R) 448.
M For County Commissioner, 4-year
I term, F. A. Hulsh (D) 409, James H.
I Gardner (R) 446.
For County Commissioner, 2-ycar
term D. N. Chrlstonson (D) 402, J. F.
Ilringhurst (R) 462.
For County Clerk, A. V. Roblson
(D) 420, E. T. Palfreyman (R) 420.
For County Treasurer, Royal T
Hulsh (D) 400, L. L. Nelson (R) 463.
For County Shorlff, Henry East (D)
437, Marlon dinger (R) 430.
For County Recordor, Gcorgo Amos
(I)) 369, Floyd Johnson (R) 459.
For County Attorney, drnnt C. Ung
ley (D) 418, Georgo P. Parkor (R)
For County Surveyor, C. Murray
Twelves (D) 408, John R. Stewart (It)
I For County Assessor, Geo. P. Gorff
1 fD) 407, Hyrum R. Chrlstcnsen (R)
I 456. '
I For County Supt. of Schools, James
I II. Walker (D) 440, J. P. Crcor (R)
1 For Precinct Justice of tho Pcaco,
I i: F. Walker (D) 445, C. E. Tho.nas
1 (R) 400.'
I For Precinct Constable, A. E. Cob-
Hoy (D) 407, L. E. Allred (R) 426.
I Council Proceedings
('omic)linen Will Attend State Con-
HMitlon at Muutl.
Tho Pleasant, Grove, City Council
H "as lit regular session on the 2nd,
Inst, considering tho usual routine
H matters and giving attention to tho
H The proposition of Sunday closing
H ol business Iioubob,, other than those
hoso licenses permit tho dCBponsIng
of their wares on Sunday, was dls
H cussed at some length and tho mnr-
I H ,tial wus uRnln Instructed to enforce.
1 tho ordinance rotating to Sunday
1 Mrs M Brown petitioned for tho
1 "Pairing of n certain ditch near the
Property of her son, which was re-
1 '"red to the Street Committee for
I accessary action.
B I tTh l lalms Chairman reported on
H .! maUcr of discounts on certain
a lWUa rr material purchased by tho
1 city that they have been satisfactorily
1 MMmcd Ho also stated that tho
I 'naK0 sustained i,y tho sprinkling
'"Kon " lolllslon with an Intorur-
1 i,rt'rt!''ar Bomo u "Ko. linn been
1 '1 Vn , d mv H"ieco88ary- olnitns
1 Ml .. 8ubmcl to tho railroad in
1 ,u.C,0rt,8 at ,1,u Clty Treasurer, Mar-
I Mmv ? Slreel 8l'rvlor woro ro-
1 lu-il and filed
1 miS T",cnUo f mtlio Street Mu-
I ... BU0 (m,ll,,ll'K subjects, for
J aU(ius" at meetings to bo held at
Mnntl, Utah, on the 19th to 21st Inst,
Inclusive, was considered nnd tho mo.
Hon sustained Hint at lcaso three
members be delegates to attend tho
sessions of tho league.
The salaries of the sub water mas.
tors for tho Irrigation season now at
end, were ordered paid, and appropri
ations covering current bills woro approved.
(MIAItl.KS Ii. WA11MCK
Mr. Charles I Warnlck, Pleasant
Grovo's Representative to tho State
Legislature, who was elected by a
good mnjoilty at Tuesday's election.
Answers Last Gall
Keen Iilcnlllled With Development of
Pleasant d'rovc Tor Forty
Carl Anderson, whoso home has
ben hero since 1S73, passed away
Thursday at 4 o'clock p. m. Ho had
been suffering from heart troublo but
a fow days, when ho fell to tho floor
and pnssed nway a fow hourB nftor
without regaining consciousness.
Mr. Andorson was born In Vcstor
gotland, Sweodcn, July 25, 1841. Ho
camo to Pleasant Grovo directly from
Swcedcn In 1873 and Joined tho Mor
mon church soon nftor arriving hero.
Ever sluco he hns been a faithful and
truo Latter Day Saint. Ho worked
on tho section for seven years, since
which tlmo ho lino followed tho nvo
cntton of fnrmlug.
Ho Is survlvicd by a wifo, three
3ons, Albort, Cnrl nnd Wllford, nnd
two daughters, Mrs. Hulda RIcIioiib
nnd Mrs. Matilda Christiansen. Four
children has precceded him to tho
great boyond. Ho also lenvos Bovcn
tecn grand children nnd nix great
Funeral cervices will bo hold in the
Tnbor'nnclo Monday, at 2 o'clock p. m.
Mrs. Albert Harris
Dies at Lindoii
Death ltcllews Suffcrluc; of Mother of
Mrs. Sarah Harris, wifo of Albort
Harris, and ono of tho loading tcltl.
Zeus of Mudon, passed away at her
homo at 1 o'clock Tuesday morning.
3ho has boon n sufferer of enncor of
thu bowels for u long tlmo, so that
death camo as a aweot release.
Sho wnB born ln Mill Crock, Utah,
May 27, 1863. On September 28, 1887
alio was married to Albort Harris,
who with soven children nro left tc
mourn her loss. Two of their chll
iren nro dead. Sho also lonvos six
listers, two brothers and two grnnd
chlldrou., Sho was n faithful I.attor Day Saint
nnd n teacher In the Roller Society.
3ho was much loved und respected
by her neighbor, was a devoted wife
mil a loving mother.
Funoral HervlccB will bo held In the
Uiidon Ward Meeting Houbo at 2
I'loiiMint Anno Millenaries
In Central States Mission
Recent lcttors from W. C. Harvey,
.vho roturued from Gormnny Inst
nouth, states that ho la now labor
iiK in Dccautur, III, about 150 mllos
30iith of Chicago. There nro many
Ioniums In Decautur, which maUus
It specially doslrablo for his laboring
thoro. Last wuok tlioro were four
baptlsniB In Decnutur.
Junius Wont, who camo from Ger
many with tho general oxoilus rrom
tho war zone, Is now laboring In Kan
?as City, Kansas, where ho expects
o roniuln for eight months before
Holding Out Well
A. N. Iverson enmu down from tho
ennyon this week with a Bnmplo of
tho ore from tho now strlko In tho
Mineral Flat Mine. It looks as good
us tho Tyng oro of Bovernl years
ago, but to satisfy himself ho took
Bomo to Provo Thursday to havo It
When Mr. Iverson left tho tnluo tho
men had stripped the two foot vein
for twenty feet nnd tho Indications
wore that a largo body waB close.
Mr. Iverson hauled somo zlno oro
for tho men who own the lenso on tho
property, nnd camo out pretty woll
In the hole. It appears that tho mon
will now be nblo to moko good with
him, nnd then pay him well for hnul
Ing from the now strike.
Messrs Wndley Urothers contlnuo
to haul ore from their lcaso on tho
Old Wyoming mine, nnd tho trips nro
being mndo with more frequency than
Delinquent Boys Go
To Reform School
Ten days ago Judgo Lowls and D.
F. Roper were In Pleasant Grovo, and
after conducting an Investigation in
tho delinquency cases of Molvile Jen
sen, George. Hcrron nnd Howard Steg
goll, committed the lads to tho Lund
School for boys, located at Murray,
Salt Lako County.
Wednesday tho boys, together with
Mlrlln Cnrtcr, who took Miss Kirk's
bicycle from Provo Dcnch and was
committed to tho school, left the Lund
School. After' considerable tolephon.
Ing they were located at Amorlcan
Fork nnd brought to Plensant Grovo.
It appenrs that the boys' homo Is
located about a half mllo from the.
district school, which tho boys attend
Necessarily they had to bo trusted to
go unaccompanied from homo to
school, nnd It was during this tlmo
thoy mndo their get away.
Tho boys woro taken to Provo, yes
terday, whoro another hearing was
given them. An effort will bo made
to find a homo for tho Stoggoll boy
In PlcnBant Grovo. Tho other three
will bo sent to tho reform school ln
Ogdon, whoro a closer surveillance
will bo kept over them.
M Friday Night
Chancellor Rrndford, tho second of
tho Lyceum entertainments, comes to
tho Plensant Grovo Tobcrnaclo next
Frldny night, November 13th, under
tho auspices of tho public schools.
Tho RInor Sisters was tho opening
number nnd gavo such excellent sat
isfaction that undoubtedly tho lecture
of Chancellor Rrndford will be
equally largely attended. It 1b of an
entiroly dlfforont character from tho
first number. Mr. Bradford has tho
nation wide reputation for not only
entertaining his audiences, but In.
structlng them ns woll. nnd giving
them something to think nbout for
weeks nftor. Rememhor tho dnto,
Thursdoy, Novembor 13th.
Third Ward Gives
A Fall Festival
To He u Seiihou of Feasting, iteerea
tloir und Amusement.
Tho Pleasant Grovo Third Ward
.vlll carry out programs as indlcnt
3d. Thursday and Friday, 19th and
JOth Inst, ln tho basement of tho Tab
jrnnclo, consisting of luncheon from
12 noon to 2 p. in., nnd dlnnor nt 7
yclock p. in. of onch day, to bo fol
owed by a program of music, vocal
md Instrumental, readings, dancing,
'Ashing" and other games and amuse- ,
nents. Admittance each ovcnlng 75
icnts por couple, 50 cents for single
gentleman and 25 cents for single
lady. Lunch 25 cents. Age. over It
Also a program for children Sntur
lay, 21st, under direction of tho Prl
nary Association from 4:30 to 8. p
Tho entertainments will bo given
n tho Interest of our Stnko Taber
taolo delinquency, which wo nro very
inxlous to moot, everybody from our
)vn und adjoining wards will bo mndo
.volcome. A splendid tlmo Is nntlcl
jated and we earnestly iloslro your
'irosenco and support.
Ituriil limilu HiisIihvs flnntlnu
nen Wulker has hceu keeping n ro
ord of tho Rural delivery mull handl
ed during tho past month on his
route. It showB a good healthy ln.
crease our Inst year, particularly In
tho line of Parcels Post.
Tho report shows that during Octo
ber ho delivered 267 parcels whose
woight totaled 553 pounds. There
wore 11,030 pieces of mall handled
whose totnl weight was but llttio
Icsb than a ton, being 1852 pounds.
This would make an average of 553
pieces of mnll handled every day
TEMl'LF. KXGUHSIOX TO
SALT LAKK CITY
On Thursday, November 12th, tho
llollcf Societies of tho Alpine Stake
will run another excursion for Tcm
plo workers to Snlt Lako City. A
special car will lcavo LIndon nt 0:30
n. m., and a faro of $1.00 for the
round trip will bo charged for Lchl,
Amorlcan Fork, Pleasant Grovo nnd
LIndon. Tho return homo can bo
mado on any car.
Mrs. Alva Chlpman wns an Ameri
can Fork visitor Wcdnesdny.
Ray Winters was n Provo visitor
Mrs. Alllo Wright spent Wednesday
with her sister, Mrs. W. E. Cark.
Mrs. W. E. Clark spent Tuesday at
tho sugar factory.
Miss Jenuctt Bullock was n Provo
Mrs. II. M. Jones of Salt Lako Is
hero, the guest of Mrs. H. M. Vance.
Mrs. J. R. Hnlllday nnd II. W. Ja
cobs spent Friday In Amorlcan Fork,
MrC John Conway of Provo, was a
visitor Wednesday at tho homo of hoi
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Fngc.
Mrs. Ren Nelson spont Tuesday nnd I
Wednesday visiting at tho homo of
hor father, Mr. Georgo Davis, ln Lchl.
Mrs. Ncttlo Gnrnctt, MIbscb Jennctt
Bullock and Robo Harpor wero InLchl
Inst week, ln tho Interest of tho Pri
mary. A baby boy was born Monday to
'Mrs "Minerva Jensen " Jacobson. Mrs.
Jacobson Is visiting hero from Burloy,
Mr. Frank Drlggs, superintendent
of tho school for tho deaf and blind
nt Ogden,' was visiting friends In
Plensant Grovo early In tho week.
Mr. Alblu Jensen sold his homo last
week to tho Pleasant Grovo School
District, who will uso It for tho pur
poses of enlarging their piny ground.
Dr. J6hn 55, Brown of Salt Lako
City, spent Sunday In PlcnBant Grove,
tho gues't of his mother, Mrs. Mnr
Mrs. Raymond Nolson and Mrs.
Mary Hay (Bpent Wednesday In Am
orlcnn Fork, visiting Mrs. Mamie Nel
son. Mrs. Mary B. Clark of Provo, spent
Wednesday 'in Pleasant Grove, visit
ing tho old homo of her father, Bishop
Mr. V. N. Andorson of Snlt Lake,
has spent tho Inst week In Pleasant
Grove, working for tho "Woman's
Joseph E. Thome, who Is spending
i fow weoka in Brlghnm City, with
Ills daughter, was operated on Inst
week and la now mending ulcoly.
Georgo ThomO, who wns reported
hotter last week has takon worHo
ind Is now nt tho homo of his broth
Messrs 11. D. Wadloy. C. L. Warn
lck, Eru Hnlllday and Dr. C. F. Wcst
phal spont tho last half of election
night In Provo, listening to tho elec
tion results como in.
Mr Arthur Hall spent Wednesday
In Snlt Lake- City, on a business trip,
Mrs. D. N. Adnm8on was an Ameri.
can Fork visitor Tuesday.
Mrs. Steve Shelley spent Thursduy
visiting friends and relatives In Plea
Mrs. It, P. Swenson spent Wednes
day In Lchl, on account of her father
being quite III.
Mrs. Win. Turner of lleber, spent
last week ln Pleasant Grove, tho guest
of Mrs. Sorcnson.
The Second Ward Y.. L. M; I. A.
has secured tho services of Mrs. L.
P. Lund as class leader, and Invites
all married ladles In tho ward to en.
roll In the Senior class.
Mrs. It. D. Wndley and Mrs. N. J.
Wndley gao n shower Thursday
evening In honor of Miss Lythn Win
ters, who will bo married next week
to Mr. Ernost Olson.
Tho Hallowe'en party given In tho
Orpheus Hall Saturday evening, was
tho most largely attended of tho sen.
son. Tho hall whb appropriately rec
oratcd with spooky effect.
Miss Mngglo Sorreuson, one of
Plensant Grovo's most cstlmnblo wo
men, wna married lu tho Salt Lako
Tcmplo Wcdnesdny to Mr. O. T. Nel
son of Hober. Thoy will resldo lu
o : o
CHANCELLOR QEOnQE H. BRAD
FORD. Ono of the great untloual characters
ln educational and rellulous circles Is
Chancellor Gcorgo 11. Bradford of tho
Methodist University of Oklahoma.
Ills lectures oro full of thought and
I Inspiration, and It would bo useless to
attempt to approximate tho number of
men and women who hnvo done grent
cr nnd better things nftor comlug un
der his Influence.
It Is nnturnl that Dr. Bradford Bhould
bo particularly Interested ln education.
Tho secret of his success ln that lino
teems to bo almost entirely within him
self. Tho opportunities ho had wero
not to bo compared with those of tho
CHANCELLOR GEORGE H. BRAD
FORD. great majority of young men and worn
en today. No ono paid his expenses In
school nor gavo him n high salaried po
sition after graduation from college.
By hard work ho succeeded In complet
ing his course and Immediately ho be
gan as a preacher lu n mission church.
HIs.Hnlary consisted of tho coIiih tossed
Into tho collection basket.
Today, although lu the prime of life,
ho is considered one of tho greatest
educational counselors. Ho Is a mem
ber of the national educational board
of tho Methodist Episcopal Church, and
ns a lecturer, preacher and educator he
Is among tho very best. Dr. Bradford
Is In every way u great man.
niniicelfor'di'orge II. Bradford
At I'li'iiMint flroie Tabernacle, Fri
day, November 13th.
AUCTION SALE j
T inn KoiiiR to move awny from Plensant Grove ami 1
will auction off all my household floods, etc., .consisting
Iof two vniiROS and one heating stove, good sewing nin-
chine, one chiffonier, cm-pets, tables, chairs, rockers, bed- 1
steads, etc., etc. Also buggy and horse, two fat pigs, a 1
variety of carpenter tools, blacksmith tools nnd shoe- 1
maker's tools, bioycle nnd buggy harness, etc. I
This auction will take place nt my homo in I lensnnt I
Grove, Tuesday, November 17th, nt (.) o'clock. 1
Bargains for all Come early. 1
7ot N. A. .ItiNSON.
- r UUUUUUt
Jnmoalt . Walker was a Spanish I HHH
Fork visitor Monday. i HRPI
Mrs. Jcunlo Stcclo was a Lchl visit- t WEBjktfflm
or Monday and Tuesday. Bftl-r
Miss Ardcna Attwood Is employed IffifiV -wH
ln tho County Court Houso for n few HK'H
weeks. i iKKfH
Mrs. Sunt Walker spent ono day Brajlp
last week visiting Mrs. Steve Shelley HJOiuH
of American Fork. HrapWll
Miss Alice Mnybcrry of Provo, Ib HHfr rfiB
spending a week tho guest of her ), Htl&lH
sister, Mrs. C. J. Wllllnmson. , affipff jjB
Mrs. Walter Henley of Murray, Is ;' KffK&ll
visiting with her parents, Mr. and Hhm
Mrs. J. W. Gardner. . HhwSI
Mrs. Grace Nloholes of American ) HSgH
Fork, spent several days tills week hPII
with her mother, Mrs. J. B. Clark. KEfc&lilB
Don't forgot the big Harvest Moon HhHI
Banco nt S main's Popular Academy, ; HmH
Frldav tho 13th. 7-1 1 " HSH
Raymond NIoIsou'h seven room bun- HEBH
gnlow on Depot Street Is Hearing com- BhI
A big local business deal now In t BBI
process of formation will probably bo
hutched before our next Isbuc. BHRH
Mrs. Wm. Kinney, who hns been 'rl
confluod to her bed for n week, Is 'Hl
Ono of Mr. nnd Mrs. W. J. CullI- 3 BflH
moro's twin babies has boon quite ) Hl
111, but Is reported Improving. t HH
Tho Misses Cummornh nnd Leu- ft HfH
thornh Smith ontortnlncd a numbor 'v'HHI
Iof young people nt their homo Sun- I ll
Thomas Glcasou will lcavo on No- 'i HH
vcmbor 25th, for u mission to tho ! H
N'orthwestom States. Ho will bo gono H
for six months and his head quarters i H
will bo ln Portland, Oregon. y' H
Miss Lnvinn Olson was hostess at Rl
a shower Friday ovontng in honor of St M
Miss Lytha Winters. Thcro woro
games, music, refreshments nnd pre- nl
Misses Chloo Thorno nnd Ora Hoi- ; H
man cntortnlucd for Dolbcxt Chlpman I H
of American Fork, Thursday ovcnlng. r 1
Mr. Chlpman will lenvo for n mission H
to Austrnlin Novembor 19th. ' H
Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Lund, who wero , ';
married last weok In tho Salt Lako
Temple, arrived ln Pleasant Grovo ' H
Friday ovonlng, whoro a quiet wed- H
ding reception vns served, attended ''
by tho Immediate rolatlvcs. "
Wo Print Iluttei Wrappers. tf H
1 W-H-Y? 1
Hns my work increased until It Ul
Is necessary for mo to bo here v H
every day to accomodate my M
customers I ,,
Do I get so much repair work 5 H
from surrounding country nnd iH
tow us I MH
Bo those who try mo once ill
como again H
TULRL'S A RLASON (
Look for my Xmas stork of
.Icwiiery limy ho here before 9H
j on see this ail and buy where Q H
everjthlii!,' Is guaranteed. H
J. G. Webb M
Jeweler Pleasant drove, Utah ,: H
(Open every dny lu the vccli, A H
beginning November 5th.) jsH
MARTIN M. LARSON II
IIOLIIHOOK BLOCK, 1'HOVO, UTAH WW
a. o ' ,gl
at tho 91
Culmer Hotel 1
foulest Place lu tho Couutj Clean, Ul
Comfortable Rooms First Class j J
Service--Llthor Regular J 1
or Short Orders iHU
Pleasant Grove, Ut. HcS